Jon Copper & Rejuvenation Health featured on a special Nutrition edition of Hoos Talking Radio

I will be co-hosting a special edition of Hoos Talking radio on Wednesday, Ocober 26th, at 7:00 PM, along with Frank Maloney and Jim Hobgood. Topics will include -The Diabesity Epidemic- what happened in the 1970′s that has caused diabetes to explode and waistelines to increase exponentially?  And why...

Trying to Lose or Maintain Weight? Living Social Deal is for You!

Are you tired of the yo-yo?  Tried cookie-cutter diet programs that worked for others but not ?  Wish you had someone that could: -work one-on-one with you -give you a clear assessment of where you are at -set clear & achievable goals -put together a custom gameplan for reaching those goals Wish you...

A Healthy Approach to Eating on Thanksgiving: Pig OUT!

Thanksgiving day is tomorrow, and I’d like to share a few points that will help you stay on track if you are dieting, or simply eat a little healthier otherwise. EAT THE PIE!  Okay, it’s Thanksgiving, apply the 80/20 rule and splurge some, just don’t eat the whole thing. Eat As Much Raw...

One Simple Change to Lose an Extra 15 Pounds This Year

One of the biggest fallacies when it comes to weight management is thinking that you have to go join a gym and slave there 5 nights a week to burn more calories.  Or even worse, get up every morning at the butt-crack of dawn to go get your workout in. I assure you, Adam and Eve weren’t getting up...

Biggest Loser CVille is Coming to Charlottesville

Win $1,000 in the Biggest Loser CVille Contest!  Biggest Loser CVille will kick off on May 22.   The contest will run ten weeks.  The proceeds will benefit The Hope Community Center. For more information, go to http://www.biggestlosercville.com Find our Facebook...

Why Most Diets Don’t Work

LIFESTYLE CHANGES!  That is what is needed to make a “diet” work.  Most people try to lose weight, or “eat healthier” -whatever that means, or have more energy so they make several ridiculous changes and go on a “diet” for 3-12 weeks only to revert back to whatever...